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SFBay View: Malik Rahim for Congress Dec. 6!

Malik Rahim for Congress Dec. 6! | San Francisco Bay View

After a century of politicians, it’s time to elect a community organizer

Message from Malik

“Four days after Hurricane Katrina and two days before founding Common Ground, I made this decision to run for Congress,” Malik writes in a recent email to friends and supporters nationwide. “This decision was made due to the lack of government response to Katrina. My hope is that never again will any disaster turn into such a tragedy.

“This is a winnable seat – a seat not just for residents of the New Orleans area but a peoples’ seat for all those who stand for environmental peace and justice. This goal can only be reached with your support.

“I will provide concrete alternatives to the wars being waged against our communities at home and to the wars continuing abroad. Our communities deserve no less. I will continue to advocate for safe, affordable housing, the establishment of universal healthcare, and invest in a comprehensive storm protection system and wetland restoration. I would initiate repeal of the so-called Patriot Act, author legislation to remove FEMA from the Department of Homeland Security, demand an end to the costly and senseless incarceration of nonviolent offenders and advocate for full funding for our schools. Running a viable campaign requires funding.

“Now with the election imminent, the campaign has set a goal of raising an additional $20,000 by Friday, Nov. 28. With your help, we can achieve that end. You can contribute on the campaign website at www.VoteMalik.com.

“I also urge you to get active with our campaign. Canvass your neighborhood and tell your friends and family. If you are out of town, we need additional volunteers on Election Day and the week leading up to the election. You can phone bank remotely from home or promote the campaign online.

“In closing, I want to remind you that I will work tirelessly for the people of District 2. But even if you are not in my Congressional district, your cause is in my heart; you will have not only a committed advocate, but an office to work out of on the Hill.”

h/t Independent Political Report

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